Gh Awnings

gh awnings

  • (awning) A rooflike cover, usually of canvas, extended over or before any place as a shelter from the sun, rain, or wind; That part of the poop deck which is continued forward beyond the bulkhead of the cabin

  • An awning or overhang is a secondary covering attached to the exterior wall of a building. It is typically composed of canvas woven of acrylic, cotton or polyester yarn, or vinyl laminated to polyester fabric that is stretched tightly over a light structure of aluminium, iron or steel, possibly

  • A sheet of canvas or other material stretched on a frame and used to keep the sun or rain off a storefront, window, doorway, or deck

  • (awning) a canopy made of canvas to shelter people or things from rain or sun

  • .gh is the country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Ghana.

  • Gh is a digraph found in many languages.

  • (GHS (high schools)) The following schools are abbreviated GHS: * Gabrielino High School - San Gabriel, California, USA * Gaffney High School - Gaffney, South Carolina, USA * Gainesville High School (disambiguation) * Gaithersburg High School - Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA * Galt High School -

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Tablerunner 2

Tablerunner 2

Pom-pom awning from Greeting from the Knit Cafe. Wedding gift for ELH and GH.

gh awnings

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Upstart Business Consulting Group creates comprehensive business plan kits for a variety of businesses and industries. When you purchase one of our business plan kits, you will have access to the tools that will allow you to be an entrepreneur. We only create business plan kits for businesses that can capitalize on current trends and consumer demand. All businesses we cover require an initial start-up capital investment of $1,000 to $10,000. Although the required start-up capital is relatively small, you will have the potential for substantial cash flow and a high return on investment. The format of the business plan kits are modeled after business plans that have been used in successful start-up companies. These business plan kits are for those individuals who want a better work/life balance, flexibility, pride, and fulfillment that come with being an entrepreneur.

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How To Make Drape

how to make drape

    how to
  • Practical advice on a particular subject; that gives advice or instruction on a particular topic

  • (How To’s) Multi-Speed Animations

  • A how-to or a how to is an informal, often short, description of how to accomplish some specific task. A how-to is usually meant to help non-experts, may leave out details that are only important to experts, and may also be greatly simplified from an overall discussion of the topic.

  • Providing detailed and practical advice

  • Adorn, cover, or wrap (someone or something) loosely with folds of cloth

  • Arrange (cloth or clothing) loosely or casually on or around something

  • curtain: hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)

  • Let (oneself or a part of one's body) rest somewhere in a casual or relaxed way

  • arrange in a particular way; "drape a cloth"

  • place casually; "The cat draped herself on the sofa"

  • The making of electrical contact

  • engage in; "make love, not war"; "make an effort"; "do research"; "do nothing"; "make revolution"

  • The manufacturer or trade name of a particular product

  • brand: a recognizable kind; "there's a new brand of hero in the movies now"; "what make of car is that?"

  • give certain properties to something; "get someone mad"; "She made us look silly"; "He made a fool of himself at the meeting"; "Don't make this into a big deal"; "This invention will make you a millionaire"; "Make yourself clear"

  • The structure or composition of something

How They See Us

How They See Us

OK, so we've learned a little about the Chinese. It's been interesting.

But what do the Chinese think of us? Here's a few excerpts from what they've been reading:

"Even if suburban residents could walk to anything other than the house next door, they wouldn't. Walking is un-American. Whenever possible Americans drive..."

"For many Americans the best years of their lives were in high school - the years between 15 and 18. Teenagers have few responsibilities, plenty of disposable income, and lots of energy with which to have fun and get into trouble. Americans never outgrow this stage, continuing to indulge themselves right into senility."

"Americans manage to combine an overall public rudeness with heartfelt concern for others' welfare. They talk too loudly, chew with their mouths open, cut each other off at intersections when driving, and take the last doughnut without a second thought. Yes, they are generous to charities, kind to animals, and concerned about the welfare of the poor."

"Few holidays tap into the American psyche so closely as Halloween. Some of the nation's most distinctive character traits - exhibitionism, religious extremism, paranoia, and greed - all come together on Halloween to celebrate, protest, and turn a profit. Adults and children alike wear costumes, and often to work."

"American coins and bills have been specifically designed to confuse natives of other nations. Coins include the penny, nickel, dime, and quarter, not one of which is labeled with its actual cents value in numerals. American folding money is green, of uniform size and design, with a picture of a dead President on it."

American cuisine: "Americans will eat any disgusting and tasteless substance, especially if they can be convinced it will keep them healty or make them thin... Americans buy uniform strips of 'bacon' extruded from soybeans, liquid fake eggs in little plastic cartons, fat-free cheese that resembles recycled running shoes, cabonated sodas flavored with chemicals they can't even pronounce, and high-fiber bread bulked out with wood pulp."

"Turn on an American television any afternoon and you can see people discussing, in intimate detail, before millions of viewers, topics natives of other nations wouldn't whisper about in the dark. One may hear the testimony of a man who had a sex-change operation so he could live a fulfilled life as a lesbian, or a wife who had a baby by her sister's husband and wants another so the child will have siblings (her own husband doesn't know about the situation, but presumably will soon if he's home watching television). Talk-show guests include everything from homosexual fathers to bisexual nuns to children who killed their parents, interspersed with ads for laxatives."

"Excess body hair is taboo, especially in females. American women shave their legs and armpits and assume that any hairy-legged woman is a lesbian out to destroy the American Way of Life."

"The odor of the human body is considered repulsive. Americans like pleasant scents, and douse themselves liberally with perfume. They use deoderant in their armpits (which they delicately call 'underarms'), spray their homes with room freshener, put fuzzy dice in their cars, and drape their bathrooms with scented toilet tissue."

"Hunting remains one of the most popular American sports, with 15 million licenced hunters in the country. It's the sport of manly men, who wake at dawn to wander through the frosty woods or sit for hours in a bitterly cold duck blind and then go back to a cabin and drink heavily."

"The U.S. has over a million of its citizens under lock and key, more than 600 per 100,000. This is a higher incarceration rate than any other country in the world. By way of contrast, at any given moment only 44 out of every 100,000 Irish citizens are in jail, not including the ones in New York City... It is gradually dawning on the average American that this kind of law enforcement is not only expensive, it doesn't work very well."

"Nothing is ever an American's own fault; therefore, any unfortunate event is grounds for a lawsuit. When an American suffers even a trivial embarrassment or misfortune, the first thought is not 'How can I live this down?', but rather, 'I'll sue the bastards.'"

"The desire to find someone to blame and then to 'sue the pants off them' has made the United States the most over-lawyered country in the world, with over one million attorneys in a population of 300 million. Ridiculous lawsuits abound, including the man who jumped in front of a New York subway train and then sued for injury; the woman who sued the Pennsylvania state lottery because she did not win; and the golfer who sued a golf course when he was hit by his own ricocheting ball. In the U.S., anyone can file a lawsuit, and often it seems as though just about everyone has."

How to recycle a small decorative pumpkin into a bird-feeder

How to recycle a small decorative pumpkin into a bird-feeder

You may have had a lot of these on-hand for the Thanksgiving/Halloween/Harvest Season: small, heavily waxed, decorative "peewee" pumpkins. After the holidays are over, what is there to do with them other than compost them or throw them away?

I tweaked this from a picture I saw in 'Birds and Blooms" magazine. They were serving seed in hollowed-out pumpkins nailed to branches, but around here it rains and the seed would get soggy in no time, so I made a roof and a way to hang the pumpkin. These aren't made to last forever, although they usually have a lot of wax on them and the outside will hold up well for a while.

You need:

- a thick upholstery needle with a wide eye
- a spool of narrow ("baby") ribbon, narrow enough to fit through the eye of the needle
- miniature pumpkins, blotted dry with paper towel
- toothpicks
- a chef's knife or paring knife (whichever you're more confident with).
- a melon-baller or grapefruit spoon
- A teaspoon and some birdseed

1) Thread about a foot of ribbon onto the upholstery needle, double-thick. Knot the end.

2) On a cutting board or other nonslippery surface, cut the pumpkin into two pieces widthwise. Place the cut about 2/3 of the way up from the bottom so there will be a good bowl for seed.

3) Use a melon baller or grapefruit spoon to hollow out the top and bottom. Scrape out as much of the damp pulp as possible, and blot dry with paper towel.

4) Carefully thread the needle up through the bottom center of the pumpkin, with the knot at the bottom center. It will go through surprisingly easily, so get ready for it to come out the other side.

5) Place four toothpicks in the pumpkin sides as support for the roof. Make sure they're in firmly, but don't worry too much. They're not load-bearing, they just hold the "roof" up. The ribbon holds all the weight.

6) CAREFULLY put the upholstery needle through the top (just to one side of the stem...this will give a lot of resistance, so be careful). Pull the needle and ribbon through the top and drape it off to one side. Very, very gently (you don't want to jab yourself), press the top part onto the toothpicks. Again, they're not load-bearing, so you don't have to be too firm- just firm enough so they dig in.

7) Use the teaspoon to fill the cup with birdseed.

8) Cut the ribbon free of the needle and wrap the two sides back and forth around the stem a couple of times, then tie it. This should balance the pumpkin so the weight hangs from the middle, the stem, and not off to one side. Tie onto a shepherd's hook or branch and enjoy!

Total time per pumpkin- about 8 mins.

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Motors For Blinds

motors for blinds

  • (motor) centrifugal: conveying information to the muscles from the CNS; "motor nerves"

  • (motor) machine that converts other forms of energy into mechanical energy and so imparts motion

  • (motor) drive: travel or be transported in a vehicle; "We drove to the university every morning"; "They motored to London for the theater"

  • A machine, esp. one powered by electricity or internal combustion, that supplies motive power for a vehicle or for some other device with moving parts

  • A source of power, energy, or motive force

  • Cause (someone) to be unable to see, permanently or temporarily

  • The blinds are forced bets posted by players to the left of the dealer button in flop-style poker games. The number of blinds is usually two, but can be one or three.

  • A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.

  • window coverings, especially vertical blinds, wood blinds, roller blinds, pleated blinds

  • Confuse or overawe someone with something difficult to understand

  • Deprive (someone) of understanding, judgment, or perception

motors for blinds - Black &

Black & Decker AS600 6-Volt Alkaline Battery Cordless Screwdriver

Black & Decker AS600 6-Volt Alkaline Battery Cordless Screwdriver

Alkaline-powered cordless screwdriver offers a spindle lock for manual use if desired and for greater control when starting and finishing screws. Features forward/reverse slide switch for easy screwdriving and screw removal. Rubber grips provide comfort and control. 6 volt cordless screwdriver has narrow nose piece for extended reach in tight places. Includes four AA batteries and one double-ended screwdriving bit.

The Black & Decker AS600 6-Volt Alkaline Battery Cordless Screwdriver features an automatic spindle lock for greater control when starting and finishing screws or for manual use if desired. This screwdriver has a forward/reverse switch and a narrow nose-piece for extended reach in tight places. Rubber grips provide comfort and control while a narrow nose piece for extended reach in tight places. The motor performs at 130 RMP and offers 20 inches/pound of torque. This screwdriver is great for furniture assembly, installing blinds and other projects that need a quick fix around the house. This cordless screwdriver includes 4 "AA" batteries and a double-ended screwdriving bit.

Black & Decker's Cordless Screwdriver is a handy, compact tool that provides 20 in./lbs. of torque at 130 RPM. This convenient tool features rubber grips on the handle for secure handling, a spindle lock for manual operations, a forward/reverse switch for quick switching between driving and removal, and a narrow nose piece for easy operation in hard-to-reach places. This lightweight tool runs on four alkaline batteries.

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An interesting addition to the PMT fleet was this ex Provincial and Bristol dual door Bristol VR AHU 514V.When based at Crewe,an interesting working was Biddulph -Congleton shorts on route 99,which at the time ran on to Newcastle.The service between Biddulph and Congleton was half hourly,this bus providing one vehicle.The other was usually a Mercedes Benz minibus,which ran through to Newcastle.When PMT abandoned the Biddulph -Congleton section,this intesresting working stopped! Here is AHU 514V at Congleton ,note the green number blinds from Provincial days.

On Hire to Quantock

On Hire to Quantock

The latest re-painted addition to the 'Fantasy Fleet', Alexander Y type bodied ORS 60R waits outside the soon to be vacated Taunton Trading Estate premises of Quantock Motor Services for it's next turn of duty during this weekend's running event.
The destination blind came from a former Stonier of Goldenhill bus. Stonier's were acquired by the Berresford family during 1976 though they continued as a separate business until closure in 1987 after the death of J.A Berresford.

motors for blinds

motors for blinds

CamoWraps® Large Outboard Motor Kit, MO DUCK BLIND

CamoWraps Outboard Motor Kit adds a realistic camo look to your motor in minutes. Give your outboard motor a new camouflage look. The Outboard Motor Kit from CamoWraps lets you wrap your motor in durable, waterproof camouflage material. Just cut and trim the material to a custom fit. You get a choice of camo colors to match your needs. CamoWraps have a special adhesive that is designed for watercraft and water-related application only. Not recommended for automotive, ATV or other vehicle applications. State Color. Order Today! 20 sq. ft. of coverage fits most outboard motors up to 90 HP. AVAILABLE SEPARATELY: CamoWraps Small Outboard Motor Kit - word search in our store for 'CamoWraps'. CamoWraps Large Outboard Motor Kit

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Pendant Light Shade

pendant light shade

    pendant light
  • (Pendant Lights) These are suspended from the ceiling and regularly seen in many homes.

  • A pendant light, sometimes called a drop or suspender, is a lone light fixture that hangs from the ceiling usually suspended by a cord, chain, or metal rod. Pendant lights are often used in multiples, hung in a straight line over kitchen countertops and dinette sets or sometimes in bathrooms.

  • Darken or color (an illustration or diagram) with parallel pencil lines or a block of color

  • represent the effect of shade or shadow on

  • relative darkness caused by light rays being intercepted by an opaque body; "it is much cooler in the shade"; "there's too much shadiness to take good photographs"

  • shadow: cast a shadow over

  • Screen from direct light

  • Cover, moderate, or exclude the light of

Bouquet Doily Light Shade, SOLD

Bouquet Doily Light Shade, SOLD

Was sad to part with it so quickly but so thrilled to pass it on. My doily collection is pretty cleaned out at the moment! And have sold every shade!

Brann Pendant Light

Brann Pendant Light

Small light oval
Bent Laminate Bamboo Veneer Shades
Energy Efficient LED bulbs and wiring
Water based poly finish
Available in Natural or Amber

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Perennial Shade Garden Plans : Reflective Window Shades

Perennial Shade Garden Plans

perennial shade garden plans

    shade garden
  • Shade gardens are gardens planted and grown in areas with little or no direct sunlight during the day, either under trees or on the shady sides of buildings. Shade gardening presents certain challenges, in part because only certain plants are able to grow in shady conditions.

  • Lasting or existing for a long or apparently infinite time; enduring

  • lasting an indefinitely long time; suggesting self-renewal; "perennial happiness"

  • recurring again and again; "perennial efforts to stipulate the requirements"

  • (of a plant) Living for several years

  • lasting three seasons or more; "the common buttercup is a popular perennial plant"

  • (esp. of a problem or difficult situation) Continually occurring

  • (Plan) This shows the ground plan design, elevation of house, number and size of rooms, kitchen, bathrooms, laundry layout and position of the house on the land.

  • Design or make a plan of (something to be made or built)

  • (401(K)plan) A qualified profit-sharing or thrift plan that allows eligible employees the option of putting moneyinto the plan or receiving the funds as cash.

  • Decide on and arrange in advance

  • Make preparations for an anticipated event or time

  • (plan) A debtor's detailed description of how the debtor proposes to pay creditors' claims over a fixed period of time.

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The Shade Garden: Shade-Loving Plants for Year-Round Interest

The Shade Garden: Shade-Loving Plants for Year-Round Interest

Legendary gardener Beth Chatto takes us on an intimate tour of her verdant English woodland garden, explaining how she transformed what was once a barren, derelict site into a lush maze of paths where attention-grabbing plants thrive all year long. Along the way, she offers a wealth of practical information and shows off more than 200 species designed by nature to flourish in dry shade. With an unrivalled knowledge of how to make things grow even in adverse conditions, plus an artist''s eye for color, form, and shape, Chatto helps anyone meet the challenge of turning inhospitable spaces into truly magnificent gardens.

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This one of larger varieties (not sure which one) ... in my front yard shade garden.

Taken with Samsung M520 and altered in Adobe ImageReady (cropped & altered hue, saturation, brightness and contrast)

Hosta plants are herbaceous perennials. The most natural way to group hosta plants is by leaf-color. The foliage of hosta plants can be blue, gold (yellow), or green. Or sometimes, one will find a pleasing blend, as when there's just enough yellow and green to form chartreuse. In addition to all this variety in color, hosta plants are often variegated.

As if all this weren't enough, the leaves of hostas come in a number of sizes and shapes. Shapes can be elongated (sword-shaped, for instance) or something more rounded (such as those with heart-shaped leaves). In some cases, leaves are flat; in others, concave. Finally, leaf surfaces may be smooth or bubbled (the technical term for this bubbly look is "seersuckered"). Hosta plants also produce flowers, and these, too, exhibit variation, both in color and size.

Hostas are usually treated as shade plants, since the colors of their foliage tend to fade if exposed to too much sun. The gold-leafed types of hosta plants are an exception: they will not attain their maximal golden color without receiving quite a bit of sun. By contrast most green-leafed and blue-leafed hosta plants will lose the rich color of their foliage if they receive too much sun.

Hosta plants are more often grown for their foliage than for their flowers. Such specimens should be grown in partial to full shade. An exception may be made for Hosta 'Plantaginea,' which will bear white flowers that are highly fragrant, if the plant is given sufficient sunlight. In fact, one of the common names for these hosta plants is "fragrant" hosta plants, and their flowers are larger than those of most hosta plants. Hosta 'Plantaginea blooms in late summer.

Fragrant hosta plants can be grown in planting zones 3-9. At maturity fragrant hosta plants will stand 1'-1 1/2' tall with a spread of 1 1/2'-2'. Grow fragrant hosta plants in a sunny area.

Hosta plants with gold leaves should be planted in full sun to bring out their color fully. That color can range from a true gold to a chartreuse, depending on variety, location in the yard, geographical region, etc. Hosta 'Ground Sulphur' stays under 1' tall, with a slightly greater spread. It blooms in lavender, early in the summer. Zones 3-8.

The blue-leafed hosta plants should all be grown in nearly full shade. Hosta 'Blue Moon' has heart-shaped, bluish-green leaves. A small hosta plant, 'Blue Moon' stays under 1' tall, with a slightly greater spread. The flowers are white and come out in late summer. Grow in zones 3-8. Hosta 'Halcyon' gets a bit bigger (14" tall, with a spread of about 2') than 'Blue Moon' and has lilac-blue flowers.

Variegation in hosta plants is manifested in a couple of different ways. Foliage is termed "medio variegated" when the lighter color (white, a lighter green, or yellow) occurs in the center of the leaf. For example, Hosta 'Undulata Variegata' (zones 3-8) is white in the middle and green at the edges. These hosta plants reach 1'-2' in height, by about the same width. They produce a lavender bloom in early summer. Grow in partial to full shade.

By contrast, when the lighter color occurs on the edge of their foliage, hosta plants are said to be "marginally variegated." An example is Hosta 'Patriot,' grown in zones 3-8. Its leaves are green in the center and white on the edges. These hosta plants reach 1'-1 1/2' in height, with a spread of 2'-2 1/2'. Their lavender blooms appear later than do those of Hosta 'Undulata Variegata'. Grow in partial to full shade.

Hostas are commonly planted in rows to form borders in a landscape design. They are reasonably low-maintenance, not least of all because the dense foliage of hostas crowds out much would-be weed growth around them, making hostas an effective groundcover. But don't mistake "low-maintenance" for "no-maintenance&quot..

Care of Hostas

* Hostas need a lot of water, although they also need good drainage.

* Fertilize your hostas. The American Hosta Society states, "The norm seems to be an application of around 10-10-10, three to four times per year." The "10-10-10" referred to is the NPK number.

* After blooming, cut off the scape (the stalk that bears the bloom). Otherwise, nourishment is wasted, travelling to the seed pods (you want it to go, instead, to the crowns of the hostas).

* As the foliage of hostas begins to die back in fall, you should remove it, since leaving it to decay in the planting bed is just an open invitation to slug pests (see below). What do you do with it after removing it? First, inspect it. If the leaves look healthy, compost them. But hostas are susceptible to some diseases. So if the leaves don't look healthy, simply dispose of them.

* Hostas require pr

Pierre Hill Residential Historic District

Pierre Hill Residential Historic District

"Located north of the downtown business district and three blocks west of the State Capitol on a rise overlooking the Missouri River, the Pierre Hill Residential Historic District is the prominent residential district in Pierre. The district is a chronicle of late 19th- and early 20th-century architecture, showcasing homes designed in regional vernacular adaptations of popular architectural styles. The neighborhood also reflects the State and local social and economic trends that shaped it. Adding to Pierre Hill’s historic charm are the numerous shade trees, perennial gardens, hillside grading, unfenced yards, and picturesque retaining walls that make this late 19th- and early 20th-century park-like neighborhood an ideal place to live.

Because Pierre was not settled until 1880 and was largely isolated, architectural styles tended to be adopted much later and remained popular long after the rest of the country had moved on to newer, more popular trends. Most of the homes in the district are bungalows of the Prairie School and Craftsman styles. Many homes are in Late Victorian styles, and Minimal Traditional homes built after World War II are also common. Early 20th -century period revival and Foursquare homes with period revival and Prairie School decorative details can be found throughout the district as well. Most of the homes feature materials typical of central South Dakota during the period including concrete or stone foundations, wood frames, clapboard or stucco, fieldstone retaining walls, and wood or asphalt shingles.

Pierre sits on the bluffs along the Missouri River on a series of natural terraces. A promotional brochure published in 1889 described how it developed, “The business is conducted upon the lower plateaus; on the next are homes, schools, churches, and public buildings; and the higher are reserved for residences more costly and commanding more extended views.” Early deeds for the higher lots intended for the city’s more costly residences often included covenants restricting land use and requiring the planting and maintenance of trees.

During the 1890s, people began to build homes on the highest terrace view lots in the district. Early residents were members of Pierre’s business and professional class. The majority of the district’s Late Victorian type homes, influenced by the Queen Anne and other picturesque styles, date from this first phase of building. The Hinsey House at 337 North Grand Avenue is an example of Queen Anne architecture. The district also contains homes in late 19th-century revival styles. Notable from the district’s early years is the Burton Cummins House, a grand Colonial Revival home with an elaborate wrap-around porch and widow’s walk at 503 North Euclid Avenue built for banker Burton Cummins and his wife, Clara Belle, in 1895.

Building in the district slowed dramatically after the Panic of 1893, a serious economic depression in the United States, and did not really begin again until after 1900. Charles Hyde had just moved to Pierre and became the most influential figure credited with the district’s development during this period, as he was for the development of most of the Upper Pierre Street Commercial Historic District. His son, Franklin, manager for the Hyde Holding Corporation, and his wife Enid purchased their home, the L.L. Schaff House, a side gable Craftsman bungalow at 517 North Grand Avenue.

From 1900 to 1912, the Pierre Hill District was known as “the Hill.” An address on “the Hill” was a sign of prestige for the city’s business and professional elite, who considered the hill’s location above the city, away from saloons and society’s rougher elements, out of danger of the flooding, and near churches and good schools to be an ideal place to raise a family. Most of the homes from this period are larger and of high style architecture. Victorian forms remained in favor, but decorative detailing moved away from the picturesque and toward the revival styles, with some homes exhibiting an eclectic mixture of the two. The Colonial Revival and Neoclassical styles became a popular statement revealing the social stature of residents.

A.W. Ewert, a Pierre banker, constructed the Neoclassical mansion at 339 North Euclid Avenue from 1905 to 1910. In 1890, Ewart began his career as a cashier at the National Bank of Commerce, where he proved himself as an executive officer and did much to further the interests of the institution. He was mayor of Pierre from 1892 to 1896, with a reputation for directing the city’s affairs scrupulously and with the strictest business principles. He later became a State senator and later State treasurer. He was treasurer of the Rural Credit Department from 1917 to 1927 and was involved in an embezzlement scandal during that era of wide-spread farm foreclosures and bank failures.

Other notable homes from this period are the elaborate Colonial Revival Farr House at 106 East Wynoka Street and the Merrill-Schaf

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